In June, we blogged all about Test Market Authorization (TMAs), what they mean, and how test market provisions now apply to ALL foods. The Marketing Authorization authority is an important Health Canada regulatory tool that implements decisions on Canadian food regulations. Food industry stakeholders can submit requests to change some aspects of the food regulations which may lead..
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Ingredient lists in Canada are getting more colourful, but not in the way they look! The specific common names of all colouring agents must be used, as opposed to the formerly allowed (and very non-descriptive) “colour”.  With amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations coming into force December 2016, industry was given a five year..
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